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Sunday, February 27, 2005

Russia-Iran nuclear deal signed

BBC Reports - Russia-Iran nuclear deal signed

Excerpt: Russia and Iran have signed an agreement for Moscow to supply fuel to Iran's new nuclear reactor in Bushehr.

Under the deal Iran has to return spent nuclear fuel rods from the reactor, which was designed and built by Russia.

The clause is a safeguard meant to banish fears that Iran might misuse the rods to build nuclear weapons, a concern of the US, Israel and others.

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Hard Comments: If any other country has objections to this, they have to 'blow it up' now, or forever deal with the fact that Iran has a key tool in order to make Nuclear Weapons.

It's an interesting clause that Russia has put in the deal for the return of the 'Rods'.

Hard View: It would be a disaster to attack such a facility after it was running, so, its now or never.

As 'Blogged' by a Hard Attack Forecast Last week, Israel should be attacking these facitilities shortly.

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Blogger Hard Attack said...

John McCain is Furious over this..

Reuters: - The United States should seek to bar Russia from this year's major-nation summit to protest actions by Moscow including its deal on Sunday to provide Iran nuclear fuel, a leading Republican senator said.

"This latest step of the Russians vis-a-vis the Iranians calls for sterner measures to be taken between ourselves and Russia. It has got to, at some point, begin to harm our relations," Sen. John McCain of Arizona said on "Fox News Sunday."

Link: http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N2R119086.htm

1:57 PM, February 27, 2005  
Anonymous ano mous said...

I like the name of this Nukular Plant

2:10 AM, February 28, 2005  

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